Facebook is definitely the most popular social networking in the world. But with greater popularity comes greater responsibility and to maintain that popularity Facebook is all set to the strengthen the security of it users. Recent breach at LinkedIn has forced Facebook to take the decision of getting mobile numbers from its users.
Facebook claims that by giving your mobile number, you will be more safe as you will always have a way to reset the password. It is definitely a very good way of resetting password and is employed by most of the top email services in the world like Gmail and Hotmail. But at same time Facebook is know for privacy issues. People are afraid that Facebook will sell their mobile numbers to telemarketers and will harm their privacy.
Facebook has also suggested its user to keep their passwords strong. By strong they mean their passwords should contain number, alphabets and special characters and password should be sufficiently long to be secure.
The flagship smartphone model of HTC that is HTC One X is again in the lime light but now for some negative reasons. HTX One X, a quad core phone from HTC is facing a serious problem in which if the phone is handled at a particular position than it will stop receiving signal form the mobile tower and start lagging in games. Quick solution is revealed as to change the position but customers want something permanent as they are the one who had spend massive amount of Rs. 36,000 on this mobile phone.
Adding more trouble to the situation, HTC has also acknowledged about this problem existing in some of the HTC One X handsets. This problem is first revealed by HTC One X users from England. HTC has recommended to report all the bugs and latest information regarding this problem at XDA forum.
If we go some year back than we would see that Apple iPhone was also facing the same problem and later Apple confirmed that this was not a mere software problem instead a hardware one. It will be interesting to see what will happen in this case.
One of the most successful and downloaded game on both Android and IOS is getting its second instalment names Temple Run: Brave. Temple Run: Brave is now available on both IOS and Android OS. It is also developed by the developers of the original Temple Run that is Imangi Studios.
The plot of this new Temple Run is based on the Disney movie Merida. in this movie the girl named Merida is saving her life from a evil creature Mordu (a bear). In this game you have to run for the life of your player and cover maximum distance. There is also a video trailer available for this game at YouTube.
The major difference between the old and new Temple Run is that in this new Temple Run we can shoot down our enemies. The another major difference is than this new Temple Run is not free. You have to pay 0.99$ or Rs. 56 to download it.
People on various android forums and on the comments and reviews below this game on the Google Playstore are complaining about various bugs in particularly android version of the game.
Facebook has released the official plugin for WordPress CMS there by enabling bloggers to publish and share their content on WordPress easily. Previously the same functionality is provided by a Facebook app named as Wordbooker but after the launch of this new plugin there is no need of Wordbooker.
With this plugin you can not only manage the publishing of your content on Facebook but can also mange the activity feed and recent comments. it comes with some pre defined wordpress widgets for showing the activity feed, recent comments and Facebook like by your friends.
The plugin in question can be downloaded from WordPress Plugin Directory and can be installed with just a single click from with in your admin interface. Just search for Facebook for WordPress